Events Registration


RERA June Dinner Meeting

Dinner meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of every month.

city of santa rosa

City of Santa Rosa Housing Production Initiatives

Presented to RERA on February 20, 2018

On the night of October 8th, 2017, Santa Rosa experienced one of the largest disasters in the City’s history. Loosing 3,000 residential units in one night changed our community in many ways, in addition adding to the extreme housing shortage that existed prior to the fires. Santa Rosa is at a critical juncture to identify creative and urgent ways to create housing for all income levels as fast as possible to get people back in their homes, retain our community, support the retention and expansion of our local businesses and to house all those in need of housing. Over the past year, the City of Santa Rosa has not just focused on rebuilding, it has made the determination that it will rebuild more resilient, create more density in our downtown, identify city wide policies to support new housing and has worked with the County to identify regional approaches to address the housing crisis.

Presentation will focus on:

  • Rebuilding after the fire
  • City wide housing initiatives such as: Accessory Dwelling Unit policies, Density Bonus, Fee Studies
  • Downtown High-Density Development Efforts
  • Regional Housing Initiatives

About David:
Mr. Guhin has over 17 years of experience in the public sector, and is currently the Assistant City Manager and Director of Planning and Economic Development for the City of Santa Rosa. In addition to the Assistant City Manager duties, Mr. Guhin’s responsibilities include the City’s Planning, Building, Engineering and Economic Development functions. Mr. Guhin has established ongoing process improvement implementations to expedite and enhance the development process, guided the development of the City’s Housing Action Plan, lead the development of the City’s comprehensive cannabis policy and tax initiatives, oversaw the Roseland Annexation process, and is developing an aggressive downtown housing initiative to encourage multi-family housing in the downtown core to support transit oriented development and the health and economic vitality of our downtown. Mr. Guhin is also heading the rebuild effort for the City of Santa Rosa from the 2017 Tubbs Fire that destroyed approximately 3,000 homes in the City.

Mr. Guhin holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and is currently in a Master’s Degree program at Sonoma State and is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of California.

Join us at

Studio H Designs, Inc.

601 Elsa Drive Suite B

(next to Hawley’s Paints)

Santa Rosa, CA 95407

6:00 Mix and Mingle

6:30 Announcements & Sponsor

7:00 pm - Dinner

7 :30 pm – presentation

Sign up and pay in advance by November 19th at
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3870427

If paying by cash or check at the door,
members register online by Sunday, November 18th
at www.rera.com or call 707-545-2727.

Dinner Cost is $18.00

Map and Directions

Registration and Signup

Pay in advance with Brown Paper Tickets

Members:*

Not a RERA member?

  • You may attend two dinner meetings without being a RERA member.
  • Sign up and pay in advance at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3870427
  • Or register for this event by calling RERA at 707-545-2727; you will need to pay by cash or check prior to the day of the dinner.

* ‘no shows’ will be invoiced

Date: June 14, 2019

Available Spaces: Unlimited

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